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We enjoyed our visit to the Schloss. The tour of the main building was fascinating. The guide really brought the place alive. It's full of allegorical art of the "good" daughter or wife being dutiful and obedient. (Wilhemine obviously believed that she was married off...More
The Eremitage garden is very beautiful, and perfect for a leisurely stroll. The park is a combination of strictly planned and well-tended natural. There are various follies, man-made grottoes, pagodas, and in particular beautiful waterworks around the garden.
The palace is also beautiful, and very...More
We had coffee and excellent cakes here and wandered in the stunning gardens for a while. The fountains are beautiful, they run for a few minutes at the top of the hour. It's well worth the wait, especially on a hot day.
This was the summer residence associated more with Margravine Wilhelmine than her husband as in 1735 she extended what her husband had already created and made it into a must see place, although in her time it was a private residence.
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